In response to The City of San Bruno\u2019s April 24 motion, the California Public Utilities Commission April 25 postponed its \u201csafety symposium\u201d set for May 7-8. San Bruno\u2019s 45-page filing insisted commission president Mike Peevey and commissioner Mike Florio recuse themselves or that regulators put off the symposium because the regulatory hearing over penalizing Pacific Gas & Electric for safety violation that allegedly led to the September 2010 explosion of a gas pipeline is ongoing. The two-day safety symposium \u201cis nothing but a forum for PG&E to put on a self-serving dog and pony show in front of two of the five commissioners charged with determining fines and penalties warranted by PG&E\u2019s past misconduct,\u201d states the filing by attorney Steven Meyer. He noted that the city also was not invited to the symposium and only heard about it through The Utility Reform Network. The commission delayed the safety symposium \u201cto eliminate any possible public concern over the fairness of the CPUC\u2019s process,\u201d Terrie Prosper, commission spokesperson, stated April 24.